Tiger Woods has been one of the most media-friendly players on the PGA Tour this season as he’s returned from four back surgeries since 2014.
But Woods decided not to speak to media Monday at the Dell Technologies Championship after firing a final round even-par 71 to finish the tournament at 7 under.
For first time this year, Tiger declined to speak to the media after his round. This was his 60th round in 2018.
— Bob Harig (@BobHarig) September 3, 2018
Woods, who is trying to make the Tour Championship in the FedEx Cup playoffs, and hoping to earn a captain’s pick from Jim Furyk for the 2018 Ryder Cup team Tuesday, chose to keep his thoughts to himself.
After a solid start Monday, Woods finished his round with a bogey on the par-4 14th and a double-bogey on the par-3 16th after hitting his tee shot in the water.
Though Woods has looked great in 2018, twice finishing runner up, including the PGA Championship, he still has not won a competitive tournament since 2013.